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NightSide focuses on a wide variety of issues, political, economic and social. Rea believes that talk radio is the best way for people to communicate their opinions and ideas on what he calls “North America’s Virtual Back Porch.” Rea encourages challenging conversations and diverse ideas combined with respect and tolerance for the opinion of others. But don’t think for a moment that NightSide is anything but provocative, always interesting and at times, passionate and emotional.
 
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Jay Talking
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It’s a talk show for everybody. You don’t have to be a political junkie. You don’t have to be a sports fanatic. You don’t have to be an expert in anything. All you have do is care about the daily dilemmas that we all face as New Englanders.
 
Dee Lee is a Certified Financial Planner who received a diploma in Financial Planning from Boston University and her MBA from Simmons College. She dissolved her successful financial planning practice for individuals so that she could devote all of her energies to educating the financial consumer.
 
Traffic and Weather Together on the 3's. Breaking News When It Happens.
 
WBZ News Radio Financial Editor, Dave Caruso, reports on pre-market opening comments and daily recaps.
 
Host Rod Fritz take a closer look at today’s top stories.
 
Get all the latest updates from WBZ 1030 NewsRadio.
 
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Keller @ Large
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Jon Keller is widely regarded as the top political analyst in New England. His “Keller At Large” reports on a wide range of topics which are regularly featured during WBZ-TV News.
 
Doug Cope is a reporter/anchor at WBZ, and host of the daily feature “The Parent Report”, which reports on issues involving children and parenting.
 
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Award-winning reporter and host of Women’s Watch Laurie Kirby takes a look at women’s health, relationships and business matters and women who are making a difference in your life.
 
Man about town Jordan Rich hosts a who's who from Greater Boston's dining and entertainment scene.
 
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In an effort to curb the national opioid epidemic, Mayor Marty Walsh is in Canada to tour a number of supervised drug injection sites. The Facilities allow people to inject illegal drugs under the supervision of medical professionals. Walsh had been a staunch opponent to the safe injection sites but now said he’s interested in learning firsthan ...…
 
During his radio show on Wednesday, host David Webb was accused of benefiting from white privilege by CNN legal analyst Areva Martin. Webb was quick to point out to Martin that he was a black man. Dan will be joined tonight by David Webb to discuss the interview and white privilege.
 
The National Weather Service in Norton is the agency that issues winter storm watches and warnings for the Boston area.They're at work. But National Weather Service meteorologists haven't been paid for almost a month now. WBZ NewsRadio's Karyn Regal reports.
 
A frightning afternoon in Roxbury after a shooting breaks out in a retail strip. WBZ NewsRadio's Karyn Regal reports.
 
Boston Police are responding to a shooting in Roxbury after two people were shot Friday. WBZ NewsRadio's Karyn Regal reports.
 
After House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked for a delay of the State of the Union Address by President Trump amid the government shutdown, Trump today denied military aircraft to Pelosi for a foreign trip just before departure. In a letter, Trump said “Due to the Shutdown, I am sorry to inform you that your trip to Brussels, Egypt, and Afghanistan h ...…
 
A Braintree man with autism has come up with a unique way to help kids with the developmental disorder. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.
 
MBTA GM Steve Poftak said the T has spent $100 million in upgrades to make sure the system runs as best it can in this type of storm. WBZ NewsRadio's Karyn Regal reports.
 
WBZ NewsRadio's Nichole Davis spoke to National Weather Service's William Babcock about the storm moving into the area Saturday night.
 
Comedian Nick Stevens again channeled his Patriots super fan alter ego Fitzy for a special roast of the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of the AFC Championship Game. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Long-time Pats rival James Harrison learned when he joined New England in 2017 that Tom Brady's "the ultimate teammate." WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Robert Kraft chatted with ESPN and recalled the first time he met Tom Brady after the Patriots drafted the future Hall of Famer in 2000. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Bruins leading goal-scorer David Pastrnak once turned down a fight by claiming he didn't speak English—and you won't believe what he does to get ready for games. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
WBZ NewsRadio's Shari Small talked to travelers at Logan Airport about the coming snowstorm.
 
Kevin Brasler (checkbook.org) is here to make sure we don't get ripped off. This time around we focus on converting your house for elder care, life alert emergency services, and getting the runaround when shopping for a new gym.
 
Jon Keller picks it, but please, no wagering.
 
Every month, as part of our ongoing WBZ Cares series, we highlight the good work done by a local charitable organization. This month, Dan welcomes Rosie’s Place into the NightSide studio to discuss their mission to provide meals, shelter and educational services to women in need.
 
Mike Gorman, the voice the Boston Celtics's on NBC Sports Boston, sees an important difference between this year's C's and groups that have competed for NBA titles in the past. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
The Pats have had to "do their job," with "no days off," because they were "not done." But, now, New England has a new slogan as it chases a sixth Super Bowl championship. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
A Rams legend is among those still whining about a championship loss to Pats, and he wants to see a rematch in February in Atlanta. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
WBZ NewsRadio's Jeff Brown talks to WBZ-TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski about this weekend's storm, expected to bring heavy winds, rain, and a deep freeze to the Boston area.
 
This week saw the 100th anniversary of Boston's great molasses flood of 1919. Who better to talk about it than our favorite historian Anthony Sammarco? Also, we look at Allston/Brighton - then and now.
 
Jon Keller on what he hopes is the end of a severe waste of time.
 
Dan had a caller who didn't think America's future is very bright. So, he asked the audience, do you think we can come together as a nation?
 
Dan will be joined by Joe Battenfield from the Boston Herald to discuss his article about the democratic hope of President Trump getting impeached and Nancy Pelosi ending up in the Oval Office.
 
Senator Ed Markey has some serious questions for the FAA during the government shutdown. He is wondering how the agency is managing Aviation Safety with thousands of workers being furloughed or forced to work without pay. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.
 
Boston Mayor Walsh and others spoke out against changes to the TitleIX proposed by The Trump Administration. They say these changes would make victims of sexual assault in college more reluctant to come forward. WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens reports.
 
Katie Mitrano, a student at UMass Boston speaks out on her sexual abuse for the first time publicly. She says that proposed changes to the TitleIX by the Trump Administration could make victims of sexual assault more reluctant to come forward. WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens reports.
 
Vulnerabilities in the massively-popular video game Fortnite left players' accounts open to takeover by hackers, new research reports.
 
Isaiah Marshall is 13--one of the youngest, if not the youngest player to ever receive a scholarship offer from the University of Michigan. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Financial Editor Dave Caruso reports on Sears being bailed out...for now.
 
The Kansas City forecast calls for an arctic blast Sunday, with temperatures just below 10 degrees at the first kick and, eventually, maybe well below zero. The Patriots excel in these conditions. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Jaylen Brown says Celtics players need to get on the same page. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
WBZ's Johnny Miller caught up with ALCS MVP Jackie Bradley Jr. in Florida. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.
 
Chris Carey of Watertown Watch and Clock Co. is here to wind us up on the history of watchmaking and talks about how to keep our timepieces working like new. Also, learn what a Bradley Watch is.
 
Gillette has a new ad telling men to behave. It addresses "toxic masculinity", and it had some people upset. Have you seen it? Should Gillette stick to selling razors?
 
During an appearance on The View on Monday, Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory refused to denounce anti-Semitic comments made by Louis Farrakhan. Mallory said "I didn’t call him the greatest of all time because of his rhetoric I called him the greatest of all time because of what he’s done in black communities." Marisa discusses the Women’ ...…
 
A business in Derry, New Hampshire says it's been pugged!
 
Hope For The Warriors, the Semper Fi Society of Boston, and the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation are joining forces to raise money for struggling Guard members who are not paid during the federal shutdown. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.
 
Tonight at Symphony Hall, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is set to kick off his sixth year in office with his annual State Of The City Address. WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens reports.
 
Dave Caruso reports on partnerships with Ford and Volkswagen as well as Microsoft and Walgreen's.
 
Crews have rescued a man in Westborough and a couple in Arlington who fell through thin ice while skating. WBZ NewsRadio's Chris Fama reports.
 
Dean Michael Coyne (Mass School of Law) is here for our monthly legal check up. We talk about the Bezos divorce, pedestrian rights and what comes next in the Kevin Spacey trial.
 
Jon Keller on the grotesque racism of Steve King.
 
According to a Washington Post – ABC News poll published on Sunday that asked “Who do you is mainly responsible for this situation?” 53 percent of people told pollsters they blamed President Trump and congressional Republicans. Only 29 percent of those polled said they blamed Democrats and 13 percent said both sides were equally to blame. Maris ...…
 
WBZ NewsRadio1030's Kim Tunnicliffe speaks with historian and author Stephen Puleo about the Great Molasses Flood of 1919.
 
A Boston city councilor wants a transfer tax that could create more affordable housing. WBZ NewsRadio1030's Bill Marcus reports.
 
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